yoga with the chair

Are you wondering: “Why do Yoga?” The short answer is that yoga makes you feel better both mentally and physically.

Wondering what the difference is between this class and Yoga in the Chair?
During this hour we will use the chair & wall as a prop to stretch, flex and improve balance. If you are comfortable standing with movement, then you can begin your yoga journey here, if not, then I suggest we meet for a very beginning introduction, Yoga In the Chair.

Research shows that yoga therapy can help manage/control arthritis, back pain, blood pressure, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue, depression, diabetes, headaches, heart disease, stress and many other conditions.  It can improve muscle tone, flexibility, strength and stamina, concentration and creativity, as well as stimulate the immune system and create a sense of well-being and calm.

Not necessary to bring anything just yourself and interest. Classes are 60 minutes.

 

Important Disclaimer:

“The yoga therapy components of my [instruction or practice] are based on the credentials earned as Graduate of Yoga Therapy RX at Loyola Marymount University and Yoga Therapy Clinical Practicum at Healing Yoga Institute, not derived from my status as an RYT ®with Yoga Alliance Registry.”

The news, suggestions, information, exercises and other offers or items on this website are intended for informational purposes only. Not all exercise is suitable for everyone. To reduce the risk of injury, please consult your Doctor before engaging in any physical and/or therapeutic exercise program. Nothing is intended to be a substitute for professional medical care.

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